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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 3 August 1861

THE TRI-WEEKLY LEADER. PUBLISHED BY E. COWLES & CO., No. 1 11 America BalMlaa. Saoorior St. TERM3-43.00 A YEAR ; 6c.' A' WEEK. r. ntwiKsUji.,. PATCRDAY MORNING, AUG. 3, lSBl. The Rebel Army in Virginia. A mysterious thing li (ht Rebel Arm; la th " Old Dominion," if the telegraph li to be credited. ' That veracious authority . stated its trngih, before the Bull Sua battle, it fifty or sixty thousand. After the battle it u reported t ninety thoc and. Since that, they tell ut forty thou ' sand hav. advanced iuto Maryland, though sadly whore they ar. .Latiooed does not appear. The latest figure are two hun dred and forty thousand, quite a respecta ble body of men, se far as numbers are concerned. Whence these troops have been o suddenly procured is not so clear, ner do we opine it will be soon, for the whole tale may be set down as a pleasant notion. v General George B. McClellan. An exchange furniahei the following sketch of General MoClellan, upon whom all eyes are now turned ae t...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 3 August 1861

MORNING LEADER. riSUSUKU BY i , , , , . t,' - C.OWLKS k CO., N. 144 Amrrlcnn Kuiltllnga, Wapaprtar V t"- . CMVLIti,lUlr. O i S. D. F ASKi t. MMKDIY WORMIII1. AlB. R, PLAIN AND OliNAMKNTAL PK1NT1NO. .. t-lei M d tri!mfiita,l prlnttnR nl every de. aprietton iraeal the Printing e.iluhiTMTOt of th LuBiilttiM, ob tie- tftttwl improved mid inoet rapid ateaia Pree.ee, tn tb Ket style, an short notice, and at rcaonnbt rate. ' fej-tunlar alt.-tition paid to tank work, Avery etawripin ol Binding done, specially BlMik rtoottn, Le.tira, Jobruaia, bakai Book, fceeeiyje Books, Ac,, it. The Evening Leader. W tana (very afternoon at 8 o'clock in ! iDf Lender foaUlniai all Uit latest naws ap to ttaUUtt. Tb Evralng Leader will oontala all the tJi."rtph'e new received in lb day time, and 1 a oo triplet paper in lieelt. Subscriber cam be furnished with the mornlit or evening aeUtioa at tb nni pt.ee. vl., It dollar a Vx,u 8fl7 oenta jwjrtaottth. Sum Agenti fur aUoed at 1.W pet 100He. . , Gen. Rosecrans....

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 3 August 1861

Special Notices, FBEFSHTION 18 B ITT IB THAN Cl'BB. To las ol dsltcat health or Impaired organlsa iioa, or to tboa bp whom u Iner f Busily Is trom ur reatoa objactlonabl. th BaderslgBe' woa'MolIere preemption which li perfcctlr relia ble and safa, nd which be bees prescribed IB tb rtos parts of ths oU world lor ths osntary. Although tb article Is very cheep and simple, r tl iu b en pat ap in blf pint boitlM and told very witenalvely t th exorbitant pries ol to pec bottl. th ndersisod propuae to forml.k Ik receipt tor ft, br tho p ajeaatOB of which evry Udr cbb sup ply herself with a pufect safeguard, at u! drac tore, f r tha trifling ram of out per rear. Any physician or druggist will tell job it la permotly BaraiksE, and thousands of UallinoBiels a bo procured cf Hi efficacy. Beat to any pert of th worll oa receipt ot II, br addressing Dr. J. 0. PBTEBAUX, Aug.inSM r. O. Box, Ko. Wl, New Him, Ooan. TO FAKXEHS AMD LlVSBT 6TAB1.I KeEPEE. Dr. 8. A. Wmiw'i Orate baa boa exttaarvely aad ...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 3 August 1861

TELEGRAPHIC. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, July 31. U it not true, ei t hB been represented, that the Ohio troops objected, on the night previous to the battle, to niarohing under ; Gen. Bcbenek. ...',', In the bestowal of military boors and tii lee, the valuable eerricei of Col. Stone are not over!..oke I, end there Is little if any doubt that he too will be promolod to a -. Biigadier Generalship. ' The HeraWe correspondence says: Information has been received here, that tinoe the affair at Bull's Uun the Rebels bate concentrated an immense army in . Virginia, and have a new and available foroe of 210,000 men. North Caroline, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama at once agreed to double the quota already levied on them. It appears that the Rebel troops do not intend to make an attack upon this city. A Lioutenant of the regular army, who was captured and mde his escnpo from Manassas last Monday, motes that from conversations which be overheard it is not their intention to advance upon...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 23 October 1862

TJLEYILA3D LKADEE, FubLtahed Dailr, Trl-WwkiT ud WetUr, Bt E. C0WLE3 4 CO., 143 6aperlor-8t, ER.nS0P DAILY AND TRI-WEIRLY. (To City Subscribers.) - Paily. per week , , . , l?yrri n. Trl-Weeklr, per week 6 cente. TEBHSOf DAILY AMD TRI-WEEKLY, (Br MaiLJ p-i!y per rear, in sos. liailr lnr 1M than ooe fear, fifty oents per PiGii'.h, or at the rat per annum 6,00. Trl-Weeklr per rr 3,uu, TEUm OF THE WEEKLY LEADER. Single copy, per veer. ,1,4. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. MORNING LEADER. THCR8DAY JIORMNO, OCT. 23, lStTA. All Heading Hatter on tMi page li from La.t Evening'. Edition. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. DEPARTURES. r.a. 0:011 f:an flrttnml.n. Toledo Lake !bore, (Eastw. .. 4:38 :S 10:no !:2S .. :80 1:39 4:l 5:13 4TU0 5:V. 4:36 Pittsburgh and Wheeling... fc--in.y , Cwrolt ARRIVALS. Oolutnbns.. l:3 To"lo... - :af .. yx .. iris ..1IVO0 . t-.XO .. :00 Lake rhore, i Ea1 i. niuh .bitmh and W'heelina B-iuni "f R.T,rtn.Sy flonoeent Detroit Boat 756 ajPOItlsens wishing conveyance to either of the above Tr...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 23 October 1862

'MORNING LEADER. PUBLI8HID BT S. COWLES & CO., The Result in Ohio. Tfce N. Y- Times it unfortunately mists ken in in idea of tbe result t the late - Ohio election. It says that the contest was between War Democrats and Republicans. - Were that the case, the Democratic victory would not be so serious a matter; but in fact, the tickets were those of the Peace . Democrats upon the one side, and war men upon the ether of both the Republican and Democratic persuasion. The Times, in speeding of the Democrats, says that there was nothing in tueir puouio lutions, or their speeches, to indicate any relaxation of effort against traitors, or any willingness to regard treason with tender- , :i UnAlniinM.' The I nr t rail it bv net names. The Times could hardly have read the Cuyahoga county resolutions, fifteen in number, which contained not one word of condem nation of the rebels or of hope for the suc cess of the federal arms, but were filled np with denunciation of the Administration. We ...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 23 October 1862

MORNING LEADER THCESDAY MOIIMJtt?, iXT. 23, 1SM. flKWAllHIK.TimOifcf.Te. John Kllsler Academy of Music W. P. Foes-Drop Lights, Ac. BaWaln, Dewitt Co. AgrirttHiirai Works. A. B. ot nutotltutes Wanted. Killer 11. Spicgler-Suliie. Henry O. Abbey-Master's Sale. Wilaos A Wtddlconibe Fapera Local Kotice. Eobisoii Eocal Notice. Balioc's Daj.civo AcAfEMT. Prof. Bal lou'g Dancing Academy baa commenced it winter Unn, with excellent pros pect. He instructs bis juvenile class ca Sat urday Afternoons. The class for young men meets on Saturday and Monday evenings. OBPnAK Asricit. The AnnWersary of the Cleveland Protestant Orphan Asylum, will be celebrated this evening at tho First Baptist Church. The exercises will consist of singing and declamation by the scholars, And addresses by other persons. Bobseat. A man w ho knocked down and robbed s substitute of $200, on River street the other day, was arrested for it yes terday by officers Eowe and Carey, and will be examined ic the Tolice Court on Fr...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 23 October 1862

HORNING LEADER. The Dead of Antietam. Tte 5ew York Times, in speaking of i .! Bradj't photograjhg of Antietam battle- i ttii, tenderly aavi: i ' ' ' "Tbete plctarei hare a terrible distinot- - .eu- E tie aid of the magnifying glass, ikt very features of the slain may be dis- I ' tisiisiied. We would scarce choose to be j - - In the gallery when one or the women tending over them should recognize hu- band, a son or a brother in the still, life- less lines of bodies, that lie ready for the gaping trenches. For these trenches haTe terror for a woman's heart, that goes far to outweigh all the others that hoTer over the battle-field. How can a mother bear to know that the boy whose slumbers she has cradled, and whose head her bosom pillowed until the rolling drum called him forth whose poor, pale face, could she reach it, should find the same pillow again whose corpse should be strewn with the rarest Cowers that spring brings or sum mer leaves when, but for the privilege or teaching that...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 11 November 1862

THE TRI-WEEKLY LEADER. TUIMDAY HOUSING, NOT. 11, 1S82. THE TRI-WEEKLY LEADER. McClellan Removed---appointed to succeed Him. A dispatch (which, although, to the New .York Herald, we cannot but hope is true,) ays that General Eurnside supercedes McCleUan, General Hooker taking Burn- lides' command. The thrill of relief . rejoicing which went through the land when Luell was removed will be re- . peated now that the man who is unusually believed to be responsible in a great degree for the murderous inaction on the Potomac, has made way for a General who has never lost a battle nor seen his men waste away ' for want of fghting enough to stir their bloc! Vp goes our hat for Major General .Ambrose E. Barnside, commander of the Aray of the roiocac A later dispatch confirms this report. McCleUan is ordered to report at Tren-i ton. Slavery, Known and Unknown. There is something worthy of thought in the result of the late elections, with ref erence to emancipation. Such great free States as Oh...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 11 November 1862

MORNING LEADER. PUUUt-EID BT COWLBS St CO., lit !oirrlr-SC frVS-AY 3IOBMNG, NOV. II, ISsOt Emancipation in Russia. T; VFkil tie eabjeot of emancipation in . 'this country is exciting such general U tention, a brief resume of the efforts which ,ti Emperor Alexander, of Bussia, ig mak ing towards the emancipation of the serfs .of. that country will be of interest, the -mora so inasmuch as ho has to encounter the opposition of the aristocracy, aa Pres Idem Lincoln does that of the self-styled aristocracy of both North and South : At itha aeoceeion of the present Emperor in S5a there were in the Russian Empire 38,000,000 serfc, of whom 10,000,000 were erowa peasants and 2,000,000 belonged to private estates or to the private lands of lh crowns PreTionslo 1827 the serfs were entirely in the power of their mustcra, wh could dispose of them as they saw fit. In that year the Emperor Nicholas issued decree by which the serf was declared part of the Ihe-seit-rf tlrt landed proprie tors. : The...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 11 November 1862

MORNING LEADER. VtESDAV SIOHMNO, TiOV. 11, TS83. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. John Ellsler Academy of Hnjtc. O. Hnrray-ald Bracelet Lost. S. Mnn Clotlii, Geislmeree and Votings. liaison Co-8eiiif Machines. 8. Mann Black Satinttt.. Die if IK. Tnim rroTjsrs Sotics: P. dorr Uorse and Wajcn Picked Up. 8. Hacn Cnuer-Gannents. B. r. Paixotto Local Kotlca. S. Hann Blue Cloth, tad Dcetkins. 8t. Andrew's Society Bruince. Notice. Singing Scheal-Local No tic. ISCEEASI IS THK PKICl OF THE LlADEB. wing to the extraordinary increase in th pen of pubUihing a newspaper, th. Pub- Ushers of the Herald, Plain Dealer and Lian- have adopted the following scale of prices : DAILY. To city subscribers, 12 cent per week, or 16.50 per year. By mail, gG.00 per year, or 50 cents per month Hi bs of five or upward, to one postornce, f J.OO. TRI-WEEKLY. o ciry suusenhers, ty. cents per week, or $3.25 per year. By mail, 3 per year, or 25 cents per month. Clubs of five ompward, to one postofBce, J2.S0 per year. 1 ne getter ...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 11 November 1862

TELEGRAPHIC. THE WAR IN THE EAST. WAS&istox, (Tirgini.) . 1 KovemberT 4 r. j The arffij? corps of General Reynolds look possession or this place, unopposed, yesterday. The place was occupied by Coll Raine, with about 400 men and two how Users. - ' Oen. LoDjstrcct's artny corps had occu pied Culpepper Court House for several i days but left last Saturday; It was gen erally reported that he would encamp on the bills, south of the town. Gen. A. P. lull's command was here on Thursday, but started upon the adTance of our troops. Reliable citizens confirm the general be lief of intelligent army officers that Gen. Lee has succeeded in eluding Gen. Mo Clellan, and that a large portion of Lee's army is at Gordonsville. Gen. A. P. Bill's forces, and Gen. Stuart's Cavalry, formed the rear guard of Gen. Lee. The former was at Chester Gap on Wednesday, and General P easanton had pushed General Stuart to Flint Hill. Our troops found 270 wounded rebels soldiers in the hospital here. - Great di...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 13 January 1863

TEE TRI-TTEESLY LEASES. rrEDAr mokmso, jan. is, The Treason of the Democracy. ThtM are harsh words, bat if any doubt exists as to their appropriateness they will be dispelled on reading the facts upon which we base them. The 8th of January is a time honored day in the land for Dem ocratic reunions and class meetings. At Columbui a sapper was given at the American, at which the responses to the toasts were more than responses ihey were long political speeches, full to the uttermost with the bitterest hostility to the Federal Government. Judge Hartley said that the beet way out of the sad condition of the country was what? For the rebel U lay down their arms ? for a vigorous prosecution of the war nntil the suprem acy of the Constitution should be re-established orer the 8outh ? No but for Lincoln and Hamlin to resign I But there was another way in which he would settle it He would "cease the war" (and thereby proclaim ourselves cowards and unworthy of the Gorernment which we thus des...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 13 January 1863

MORNINGXEADER. PUBLI8H1D BT E. COW1BS & CO. Hi 8operlor-tI. KM or rax Bally, Irl-Veckly and Weekly leader. Owing to the extraordinary rise in the prioe of printing paper and all other ma ttriala need in the composition of a news M.TXT the publishers of the Herald, Plain Pealer and Liadek have been obliged to raise the price of their eereral editions to the following scale : '" - DAILY. fc mail, one Tfar ....-.5T.W lix months 3 SO three month... 1.75 vn.UB. hm tkii-f-ntfl rr month. Ieliveriin the city bv enrriprs, lftrts. rwk. ' Agents supplied at $2.00 par WO. - TiiMttrmr. By mail one year six months x.To ' For!" time, 3uonts per-mooth. Ft copies, inrlub w $15.00 Ten copiee (and citra copy to getter-up , .n(l ototac) DeliTered incitv, hv carriers, 8 cents par wrtu. Kews Agents supplied at J2.00 per 1K. By mail, one year - -? Cfubsoftenandnpward, each i.a Th rattera-tio of clubs will receive extra optes aa follows : A club of ten, a copy of Weekly. : A elub of twenty, a copy of T...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 13 January 1863

MORNING LEADER. TltDAlf 9IOUWNO, JAI. 13, 1S3 TRAVELER'S REGISTER. DKPAUT0BE3. A. . 7:30 1:1) 7 J4 : i:t rm III 1U ;.u sjo M . AUM roll-do.. Las boom, (Raatl M aiail and Acc PHtabargh and w keeling.. Iwtrcit " T3 AMBIYALH. 7:W .. 1:36 fcU lfc(r ,. n ..!0O TJ . no ,. a Towlo. Lakebhore, (fcaetv. AorommodLtk Pirtibm-gh and V heeling.. Detroit Hoal , rortiw wishing eeneeyanee to either of above Trains or Boela, will be called for by Coulw ffuvM' Ommnoa Line, by leaving their addrees at tiie tftnnibu Ofhoe, U7 Superior-aext door to te Heoueil xlooae. NfiW AUTKRTISK.tf KNTS. Burni Curling Clnb- Concert ud Ball. fA H. RandTo Printers. Isaac A. Itaacl-The Foot on Train. Cleveland Library Association Lecture. Henry O Abbey-Master's gale. OoL Potta Local Kotioa. Prof. King Local Notice. iohm llbrier Holtnaa Opera Trospa. rrofc Fowler Phrenological Lectors. Agricultural Society Local Kot'ce. Fom thi 1st Ohio. Sergssnt Wm. A. Davidson will leaye for the lit Ohio Infantry Regiment to-day, (Tues...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 13 January 1863

TELEGRAPHIC. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Jan. 9. Information Army fehcw. that our pickets extnd from Falmouth no H.inf 6org Court House, about 22 mile dis tant. Contrabands agree in stating that rebel iricnr ionsrampht!y mado below the Court House lor rongdfstanoe, and neirroes are carried away and ! Sooth. The (rreaier portion, however, of the Blares in th lone neck of land between sUready inade tbeireeap. to our lines, bringing with them ihetr roaster's teams and other prop- To" Major Oneral Wna-ht : The daring opera tion and briihant achievement of Oenernl Carter and his command, are without a parallel intheh'Storv of the war, and deserve the tnanks of the count'rv. This expedition has proved the capacity of our cavalry for bold and dashing movements which i do not doubt will be imitated er (Signed) B. W. HALLECK. General -id -Chief. A private letter from the blockading fleet off Mo'aie, datca jwemDw -u, wj -" me ters to the United State rrom the rebel forts and u?'jhborhood, eu...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 17 November 1863

CLEVELAND XBADEB. Ojt trt.Teellj ui TeeXly, Br E. OOWLE3 ft 00, z .. 149 Iwrlwll. TWO EDITIONS Mount u Evxra TCKMSOr DAILY LKADKK. ix nantba.. tape, nontha. . l.TO. IMlvered 1b Ollv, b, (Jum, 11 Mt V Weak. :. TKKJId OF TRI-WKKJll.y. . V y MalL one vear. . eiz atoctha 1,75, . Tor Ian tim. an o-tiu ar month. yivaeopN. ioelab 13, BO. ten eroea (a&d exua oopr to gettar-aa of ' DHvared in Clt) bj carrier. week. f CIOD. SO .00, cento. TEKMS WEEKLY, Br marl, Tr- tl.SSl ljli. Ulab. ol Ian aMt aawarda, aauh Th- gettera-a of Clubs will receiv extra oopiea. allow.: A CIob of Ten. a copy of Waeklv. A Glob of Twenlr. aoear of Tri-Weektv. A ua of T-rf and aeward a cop of failr. THE TSI-WEEKLY LEADEB. Tl'KDA- ftloKMINM. NOV. IT. 18.?. The Starving of 13,000 Prisoners by the Southern Devils. .it -3 . It ii lard to realizj that in Ibis age, which boasts of a more enlightened hu manity than u; farmer age, and in this lend whloh professae to be governed by Um spirit of a pare Christianity, there a...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 17 November 1863

ti-1 . t JLK0IAS IPBISGI -ECLICTSIC CUBS. - A btuflro ufl QQlfit wrrMt fcr TnwHda, Vtod U - Ttilm RfHBli C ftkl, MaUnf tM Mrf G--i Waatan .fcar- Way.-xmi e:.inai m i" tbcCtawwd and Flkbanih.nd Ak an MbtfaeOl-ve'-util. -Unea. Till .- ' 'lac qdiu aailwaya; oumnunU:on twa dtrct rBllpiic' Th Ou. watte at .- MAscfa ly for tha treat at at 01 hr d Did u ch hnph'itr:ow Isud tbCorti ol mit otbw rort v pi tvc .io-. Ihe trei-awn m p-rouliar b.luu ttwtsd upoa the TiUl rtM.ip of mature Electrlcltr. Tr. LSW 8 Hl'RD, the Mdtc E'Taro.Twr and PrniMor, darlnes rt.--ot ow twM.t rers. Hfin -nify ufae-'l n the cnr- of C'krae la C plain tn o Iolji tn.lin ; nd fry com-, uiuf mMLfot Aotare't mom now-iti.. rwn-d al jtt m u itw to Da orG EtCT'-Tav la mv able t" ps-t .rm u gr r wailoa In re ieT inc mTiKioi from Fie .-." . Tba't..l-ot- KkM.LKtoteclUTla4to Sr. Uord v trMimbt of tbt-tr ik-cu O-tficuUiee Bmt taufsll kind ana oi lone rtaadifijc r Pt --.-bmtlt CvkKD Mali? cmmw. ptououdomI by the m"tt Ukt&MU -cr...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 17 November 1863

f II, I III ' IIWI " 1 BALI" "TO Birr- -fcOtT" "TB," "OUFD,""BOAiUlIW8""Ui,B !," as ikon BOttaa. MdlIl( "Pft LI km, IhhwI twlc. I thia aolum lor 1 S !, tar tlvae K4 mn tow 5 mu i lor all over roca lehbs, am Mi ax eeedtnr sioe uth, doable above rtn rONSY LOANED. -C. A. Riad CO- BukM. BflrotlkM LouwoD rood Kb- eoiiied Sou : -kiio. ok Sou awoared tor JsUartsaoe, Bnsertor.81. T()-T (N S(TNIT MoIFO A I Mark end tan Pr P. Re had on a ail ver cottar. ou which waa f-DKrmvtd the wmt'i name. "Jno Kobluon, 1 Tracr-bt." Anj iwornirr him rill toe liberally rewarded. norP-126 "W A NTED Bt a YtiPo M 4 n -A T ftitiutlon m Assistant Sftlenctaa 1b ottf WlvteMr r ketaii EjtAtli-hmnt ; can apeak ami write ihG-min and Enpli-h UntmawH?. cqtiir atst PrkmaD-W-,cot JOHN L. I'LoICH. WfT Und Pot UHtO. but.7-125 AGENT WANTED To Foltcit Oram for Abhott'e H lstorr of th Re'! 1 Ion -n B f-w vin an afeed Townth'V Id CuyehoeA County. Addrrse by snail, or call at room . 4. ABaeriraa Buildings m TlT-ia. B 8. liKfcEVS...

Publication Title: Cleveland Tri-Weekly Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland tri-weekly leader. — 17 November 1863

SPECIAL DISPATCHES, FROM WASHINGTON. Braderick's Cane Presented to the Pre&rdeBts SBV President cugratulateB Qbl-eral Meade. H v- i- : Splendid prizes captured at Wil- [To the Cincinnati Commercial.] WASHINGTON, November 15. 1w'General Grant forwards advices from Buraside and Thomas, Bhowing that no r mbel demonstiations have been made a their respective Iron's. Buraside re k!i ivmiiina as entirely safe. The mmy are mttikat uneasy in fro-jt of Chattanooga and rumors prevail alike of .their advance and retreat refugees and 'deserters telling bith stories. It is quite probable that inaction -will be broken in the vicinity of that place at na distant ,day. . To-day Senator Conness, 01 California, -presented to the President an elegant, , gold-mounted hickory oane. This staff was pnMated to Conness by David C. Brode. i rick, when the laUer was Senator. Conness inw being the successor of Brouerick .Ah Senate, has deemed it appropriate t present this gift to President Lincoln. tXh tae...

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